rooming–in noun \ˈrü-miŋ-ˈin, ˈru̇-\
: an arrangement in a hospital whereby a newborn infant is kept in a crib at the mother's bedside instead of in a nursery
First Known Use of ROOMING-IN
room·ing–in noun \ˈrüm-iŋ-ˈin, ˈru̇m-\ (Medical Dictionary)
: an arrangement in a hospital whereby a newborn infant is kept in the mother's hospital room instead of in a nursery
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